Lindsay Dines | September 13
It’d be difficult not to notice the improved inshore weather conditions that have prevailed through August in South East Queensland.
Ed Falconer | September 13
Spring usually heralds the beginning of the best weather of the year and we revel in some seasonally great fishing days.
Grayson Fong | September 13
As we leave another crisp winter we say good-bye to what has been a great season on the fishing front. With our wayward weather throughout the year it’s good to see the consistency come in the waterways as brave and eager anglers have been rewarded for their efforts both in estuaries and inshore waters.
John Gooding | September 13
Snapper, snapper and a few more snapper is what it’s all about at the moment. In fact we’ve seen so many snapper that on social and business trips we’ve often had to find other species to target because we’ve already reached our limit!
David Green | September 13
September sees the water temperatures stay around 20-22ºC and, in general, the wider grounds fish well. Target species include snapper, pearl perch, amberjack, yellowtail kingies and samsonfish. The snapper start to decline a bit in numbers towards the end of the month as the spawning season tapers off.
Ben Job | September 13
September is an awesome month to fish on the Gold Coast. The weather is often perfect, with light westerly winds in the morning and dropping out throughout the day. So why not take advantage of this time of year and get out there!